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UTSCANTC61H3SikstromSummer

ANTC61H3 Study Guide - Biomedicine, Etiology, Spiritualism

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UTSCANTC61H3SikstromSummer

ANTC61H3 Chapter Notes -Acculturation, Night Terror, Electrical Conduction System Of The Heart

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~100 southeast asians in the united states have died from the mysterious disorder that is now known as sunds (sudden unexpected nocturnal death syndrom
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UTSCANTC61H3SikstromSummer

ANTC61H3 Study Guide - Culture Of Tonga, Medical Anthropology, Biomedicine

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20 Jun 2012
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A film on the medical anthropology of tonga. The major concern of the film is the society"s inability to keep up with modernization and prevent the los
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UTSCANTC61H3SikstromSummer

ANTC61H3 Chapter Notes -Transvestism, Two-Spirit, Pharmacognosy

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20 Jun 2012
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Shamanism is a religious phenomenon centered on the shaman, an ecstatic figure believed to have power to heal the sick, and to communicate with the wor
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

LECTURE 7.docx

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14 Mar 2012
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London taxi study: change specific parts of the brain to do specific tasks: huge ocean sea change to hormones during pregnancy. Parent cortisol inconsi
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

Lecture 6.docx

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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

LECTURE 4.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Keeping track of where oxytocin is produced in the brain: produced in the hypothalamus (not about its central role, more about its peripheral role) Sec
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

LECTURE 2.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Social health population view grandfather of all associations, if in a wealthy category with high education you are expected to live longer than people
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

LECTURE 5.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Autonomic differences in facial expressions: darwin believed we developed to discrete emotion and biology, elevated heart rate in the case of anger or
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleyWinter

LECTURE 3.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Video: child was already that way at birth. Startled within womb when stimulated by a noise: early experience has a lasting effect on us later, dutch f
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

LECTURE 3.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Video: child was already that way at birth. Startled within womb when stimulated by a noise: early experience has a lasting effect on us later, dutch f
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UTSCPSYC23H3David HaleySummer

LECTURE 5.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Autonomic differences in facial expressions: darwin believed we developed to discrete emotion and biology, elevated heart rate in the case of anger or
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UTSCSOCA02H3macWinter

Religion SOC.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Religions helps us cope with the terrifying facts of death, offers us immortality, the promise of better times, and the security of sprits. The form an
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UTSCSOCA02H3macWinter

Religion SOC.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Religions helps us cope with the terrifying facts of death, offers us immortality, the promise of better times, and the security of sprits. The form an
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UTSCSOCA02H3macWinter

soca02 key terms FE.docx

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8 Mar 2012
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Dull continuity - under tradition things remain the same; people"s last name become an occupation because ancestors have been doing this for many, many
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Cognitive Distortion, Cognitive Restructuring

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23 Jun 2011
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Chapter 25: cognitive behaviour modification: examples: help with anger problems, help a child pay attention in class, cognitive behaviours are covert,
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Diaphragmatic Breathing, Progressive Muscle Relaxation

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23 Jun 2011
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First, problems involving fear and anxiety are described in terms of operant and respondent behaviours. Next, procedures used to treat these problems a
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Family Therapy, Bulgarian Lev, Contract

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23 Jun 2011
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Chapter 23: behavioural contracts: used to apply reinforcement and punishment contingencies to help people manage their own behaviour, type of antecede
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Kens, Reci, Intellectual Disability

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23 Jun 2011
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Beek, Stuttering

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23 Jun 2011
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Chapter 21: habit reversal procedures: habit reversal: used to decrease frequency of undesirable habit behaviours.  tourette"s disorder: stuttering: w
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Bes, Abusive Power And Control

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23 Jun 2011
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Chapter 20: self-management: when a person uses behaviour modification procedures to change his or her own behaviour. People exhibit behavioural defici
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Stimulus Control

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23 Jun 2011
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That is, a class of similar stimuli develops stimulus control over the behaviour. Strategies for promoting generalization of behaviour change: reinforc
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45

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23 Jun 2011
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Chapter 18: positive punishment procedures & the ethics of punishment. As a result, the problem behaviour was less likely to occur in the future. An av
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Reinforcement

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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Developmental Disability, Junk Food, Stimulus Control

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23 Jun 2011
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When an establishing operation is present, the behaviour that results in that stimulus is evoked (more likely to occur). Cal removed the sd for eating
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Generic And Specific Intervals, Bes, Reinforcement

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23 Jun 2011
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Results in a decrease in the future probability of the undesirable behaviours: thus, dra involves combining reinforcement for a desirable behaviour and
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Intellectual Disability, Reinforcement

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23 Jun 2011
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 extinction of behavior maintained by social positive reinforcement.  extinction of behavior maintained by social negative reinforcement.  extinctio
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UTSCPSYB45H3Zachariah CampbellSummer

PSYB45H3 Lecture Notes - Formant, Reinforcement, Headbanging

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23 Jun 2011
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Functional assessment: to help increase or decrease behaviour, it must be understood why the person engages in the behaviour. To do so, you must conduc
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UTSCHLTC22H3Anna WalshFall

HLTB01

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